Sequin dress from Aidan by Aidan Mettox. Jacket by ba&sh, Bloomingdale’s Westfield Fashion Square. Unity Unbroken Ring and Tassel Earrings by Misahara. Faux-snakeskin boots by Jimmy Choo, Neiman Marcus Westfield Topanga.
Sequin dress with feathers by Alina Anwar Couture. Grey wool coat by Maje, Bloomingdale’s Westfield Fashion Square. Gold sandals by Chinese Laundry. Earrings from L’Dezen by Payal Shah.
Lace dress by Alexis; grey sweater by The Kooples; both available at Bloomingdale’s Westfield Fashion Square. L’Dezen by Payal Shah earrings.
Field of Dreams
Champagne pink dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. Leather jacket by Iro, Neiman Marcus Westfield Topanga. Earrings by Brumani. Necklace and ring by Noudar. Shoes by Rossi Gianvito, Neiman Marcus Westfield Topanga.
Cable-knit ivory sweater by Brunello Cucinelli; sequin and feather dress by Parker; both available at Neiman Marcus Westfield Topanga. Gold and emerald earrings by Noudar.
Dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. Trilogy necklace by Misahara.
As the spicy character Gigi Mendoza on the ABC show Grand Hotel, Roselyn Sanchez is giving new meaning to the term “trophy wife.” The Puerto Rico native lives in Studio City with husband, actor Eric Winter, and their two children.
ON BEING A WORKING MOM “To be able to make a living doing what I love while having a solid and supportive family means the world to me. It requires organization, dedication, discipline, a good support system and the most important ingredient, which is love.”
HER OWN STYLE “It has evolved through the years. Right now I’m all about sophistication, comfort and what makes me feel confident. When I’m not working I’m all about maxi dresses, and nothing tight … just comfy. My uniform is a black stretch cotton pantsuit, harem style.”
ON VALLEY LIVING “It’s a great place to raise children. I was lucky enough to find a beautiful property with an incredible view 20 years ago. I love that when I go down to Ventura Boulevard I have great stores, supermarkets, restaurants, specialty shops and coffee shops. Absolutely everything is on the Boulevard! Plus my close friends also live here in the Valley.”
HER SIDE HUSTLE “I just got back from Puerto Rico, where I directed my my first film and my passion project, Satos. I’m tackling the issue of the overpopulation of stray dogs on the island from a nonjudgmental viewpoint.”
For most people, the name Daniel Pearl brings to mind a journalist who died at the hands of al-Qaeda. But here in the Valley, where Pearl grew up and his family still lives, locals remember “Danny” very much in life. And now, on the heels of the 10-year anniversary of his passing, they are celebrating his legacy.